C'an Pastilla, Mallorca - Map and Information

Map of C'an Pastilla

C'an Pastilla, Mallorca


Accommodation within 2KM from

4.6 Km 
Hotel Aya

Closest bars, clubs & restaurants to

0.3 Km 
Puro Beach Bar
0.4 Km 
Anima Sealounge

Closest Towns and Shops

5.5 Km 
El Arenal
6.4 Km 
Palma de Majorca

Closest Beaches

1.1 Km 
C'an Pastilla Beach
5.3 Km 
El Arenal Beach

resorts, C'an Pastilla, Mallorca
C'an Pastilla, Spain

Close to Palma and the upcoming area of Portixol is charming and sedate C’an resort of C’an Pastilla. One of the original resorts to spring up in Mallorca in the 70’s it’s stood the test of time, and amazingly it’s still popular with British holidaymakers today.

It’s charm comes from its historic beginnings as a fishing village – apparent in the narrow lanes and streets that back the sea front. However the beach isn’t too shabby either! This is where the long white stretch of sand known as Playa de Palma starts and it’s one of the most stunning beaches son Majorca.


A wide arch of white sand that is simply stunning, and with excellent facilities you can see why this popular resort was one of the first to spring up on Majorca. There’s a wide promenade built along its length so it’s easy to walk from one resort to another - perfect if you get bored! The sea is clear and it’s gently shelving sands are family friendly. There’s also a picturesque harbour which is popular for rod fishing which is a great way to get a tan. Plus recently the uber-trendy Puro Beach Bar has opened up along the coast here - so cool it's THE place to be in the summer months!


Quieter than its neighbouring resorts so great for families and couples. The selection of bars and restaurants isn’t extensive, but it’s enough. If you want a lively time of it you can visit the resorts of Playa de Palma and El Arenal further along the coast.

Who goes there:

Mainly families and couples, though it is also becoming popular with those who want to combine a beach holiday with access to the city.


As it’s an older resort so the choice of apartment complexes is limited however there’s a good choice of hotels, many still family run.

What to do:

  • Explore the coast and the other 2 resorts by catching the little road train that runs between all three.
  • Hire a bike and cycle the length of the beach...you can easily make it into Palma if the fancy takes you.
  • Head into Palma for a day of sightseeing or just shop ‘til you drop.
  • Spend a day cooling down at the water park Aqualand El Arenal www.aqualand.es a special shuttle bus will take you there and back or catch the no. 23.
  • The Dolphin Show at the nearby Marineland is very popular with all ages and is within easy travelling distance as it’s only on the other side of Palma.
  • Take a moment to sit and watch the evening sunset – it is truly spectacular!


None – see Palma fiestas.

Psst! Scattered along the length of this looong beach are Balnearios or small kiosk bars. Each has their own personality and there’re 16 in total. No 1 is in C’an Pastilla if you fancy going for a full house!


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